Document ReferenceAN/PB 294/1/108
Titlechurchwarden presentment, Laxton, Newark deanery, 27.7.1603
Date Of Creation27 July 1603
Extent1 f
LevelItem/file
Content DescriptionChurchwardens present the following: 1. John Cadman, vicar, is not a public preacher nor a graduate, but brought up at a free school in Shropshire called Drayton; 2. he has only only one benefice, valued at £11 in the King's Books; 3. nothing to present; 4. there are three recusants in our parish, one man and two women; 5. there are 310 communicants, and no non-communicants of lawful years except the three recusants.
Part of a series of extraordinary presentment bills; see AN/PB 294/1/106-134 for details of the questions asked.
Termreligions, Roman Catholicism
religious observance, holy communion

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Persons
CodePersonNameDates of Existence
NAI100097Cadman, John, -, fl 1587-1603 (of Drayton, Shropshire; vicar of Laxton, Nottinghamshire)
NAI100098Unidentified, or no individual is responsible
NAI100099Shipton, John, -, fl 1603 (churchwarden of Laxton, Nottinghamshire)
NAI100100Caudwell, Edward, -, fl 1603-1613 (sometime churchwarden and swornman of Laxton, Nottinghamshire)
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